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A dramatization of the experience of a young married couple whose quarrels undermine their happiness and prevent the development of adult love based on mutual understanding.
Safety Danger Lurks
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
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- United States
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Subject: Great images for my music video
Subject: He Says, She Says
Their fight starts when Frank comes home from work late and doesn't call (the same thing happened in another Archive film, "Jealousy," when will these husbands ever learn?) Honey spent and hour and a half cooking dinner and felt unappreciated. Luckily for him, Honey didn't throw his dinner in the garbage can the way Sally did in "Jealousy." Honey just walks off and picks up a magazine. Then it's Frank's turn to feel unappreciated. She accuses him of being cheap. He says, "What about that bill for $27.50 last month?" The narrator (who turns out to be Frank's talking wedding ring, an incongruous touch) thinks that Honey should try to take an interest in Frank's monologues about his work and that Frank should compliment Honey on her appearance and cooking.
These are two boring people who live in a depressing little apartment. Neither of them have much to offer to each other. Obviously if Honey were still working, she could buy clothes with her own money and they could even afford a nicer apartment. But that doesn't occur to either of them (or the wedding ring). Then Honey would see Frank as a partner instead of a meal ticket. But would Frank change and become more interesting? We'll never know.
Subject: who's right?
Subject: Hammid does it again
Subject: Who's Right? Apparently no one.
Remember, if your wife is wrong, apologize to her. Any married man knows that simple rule, and that's all this movie needed to say.
If this movie don't scare you off marriage then nothing will. Shot in the all new "Gloom-O-Vision".
And no, you're not have a hallucination... this movie is narrated by a talking wedding ring, who leaves you hanging with no answers to the troubles this couple is having. Well, I guess talking rings don't have all the answers, now do they. Perhaps they should have consulted the talking table lamp instead. He knows everything.
Subject: a film made 50 years ago
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